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An interview with Zsuzsi Gartner

An interview with Zsuzsi Gartner

Back in November 2014, Zsuzsi Gartner appeared at KPU as a part of the “Women Writers: How Do They Work” panel. Pulp Managing Editor Stephanie Peters got to ask her a few great questions like this one: I’m struck by the use of reoccurring motifs in […]

From the Archive: Descent with Modification by Kirsten Sedore

From the Archive: Descent with Modification by Kirsten Sedore

Are we on a journey of extinction or redemption? Kirsten Sedore asks big questions about the physical and psychological nature of the human relationship with the world. The seven large, free standing paintings in Descent with Modification show a physical evolutionary progression through space. The […]

From the Archive: Questionable Methods Of Political Socialization by Simon Massey

From the Archive: Questionable Methods Of Political Socialization by Simon Massey

Copyright 2012 Eve Cooper
Copyright 2012 Eve Cooper

We are going deep into the Archive this week for a selection from our inaugural issue, Questionable Methods Of Political Socialization by Simon Massey, a funny and searing work of creative non-fiction.

“Grow up with a slight ambivalence toward authority, picture yourself as “hard-edged.” Listen to punk-rock and worry about “the man” trying to keep you down. Read the Wikipedia page on Bakunin and start wearing clothes with a red “A” in a circle on them. Hang posters of Che Guvera on your wall but know next to nothing about him. ”

Read the full piece here.

So this is the New Year

So this is the New Year

Here at Pulp, 2015 brings an exciting anniversary. Pulp turns 10! We have come a long way over the last 4 years and couldn’t be happier to still be here to share the best in art and writing from the KPU community. We will continue […]

From the Archive: Burnt Hair by Taryn Pearcey

From the Archive: Burnt Hair by Taryn Pearcey

This week From the Archive is Burnt Hair from Kwantlen graduate and award winning fiction writer, Taryn Pearcey. “The first thing I burn is a white dandelion, the kind that scatters all its little umbrella seeds in the breeze when you blow on it. I […]

From the Archive: Andrew Lund

From the Archive: Andrew Lund

 

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Corners by Andrew Lund is a dynamic and interactive installation in wood that explores the relationship between space and the user, portraying both the utilitarian as well as the sculptural aspects of the structures we inhabit.

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